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Flinders University program halves school bullying

An anti-bullying program developed by Flinders University has successfully halved the number of incidents at Adelaide's Brighton Secondary School. Independent evaluations conducted in Greece, Malta and Japan show the program is already achieving similar results around the world. The PEACE ...

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Bystanders not innocent in bullying

We are all part of the bullying problem in a workplace environment, new research shows. A study by Murdoch and Edith Cowan universities sheds light on the roles bystanders play in workplace bullying. To better understand how co-workers can impact ...

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CIT bullying policies failed: WorkSafe

An investigation has found the Canberra Institute of Technology breached its responsibilities to staff by failing to have adequate systems in place to handle bullying.  Staff had complained to WorkSafe about CIT’s policies for handling complaints about bullying and harassment, ...

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Crisis of confidence in universities

Universities are wonderful places to be employed and to do really worthwhile work, whether directly in educating students, or doing research and engagement. Why then does research conducted by universities, by the National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) and by independent investigators, ...

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